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six hour stay over kerry called for an end to the violence in egypt and for the country to move towards full democracy. >> the first stop u.s. secretary of state john kerry made on his latest trip to the middle east was to the to saudi arabia, but instead to cairo egypt. it's the first highest ranking official visit since july 3 n. that is the stay that the military removed mohammad morsi from his post as president of egypt and placed him under arrest. the us has been anxious about what has been happening in egypt everever since and it was john y to deliver a message from washington on what they want cairo to do in the weeks and months ahead. >> what can they do to support working with this government and also supporting their move toward democracy. let's put it this way. this trip was unannounced and that was denying egypt to say the united states is in support of what we have been doing here politically in the past five months. so by havin having this unannoud trip the u.s. was able to send a message that it does disapprove of what has happened. that said, the u.s. also is mak
stories. >> it's a fence penin mending fr secretary of state john kerry. >> and a wall street player becomes a player as the government announces a record setting fine for insider trading. ♪ >> it is an eight nation trip over just a ten-day, secretary of state john kerry arrived in poland ontari only moments ago. it's a trip that for the most part keeps him in the middle east. saudi arabia earlier today his goal to ease growing tensions on several issues including syria's civil war. mike viqueira joins us from the white house. what he is trying to accomplish with this middle east tour they >> they are downing playing the differences with the longstanding allies they are not denying them the saddie sawdie e dispintedisappointed the route e taking. taking. and backing away from the military force on iran. her again the saudis are disappointed there is this diplomacy the sudden opening between the united states and iran. the united states is testing to see if iran is going to cooperate and let the world see that their nuclear program is purely for civilian purpose. and in egypt the sa
." actress kerry washington suddenly a fixer some place else. the controversy she tackled head on overnight. >> i ran here all the way from chicago! >>> good evening and it's great to have you with us here on a sunday night. and we do begin with new details of that deadly encounter at the los angeles airport. a gunman killing a tsa officer, injuring several others. and this evening, that new picture of the suspect now emerging. paul ciancia seen right here in his high school photo. a schoolmate now saying he was a loaner in class. and new information about the family man he's alleged to have targeted and killed. tsa agent gerardo hernandez. his heartbroken wife saying he was proud to work for the tsa. and in tribute tonight, lights in tsa blue as you approach l.a.x. airport. meanwhile, inside the term terminals, remnants of the chaos. the mountains of luggage left behind by passengers ordered to flee as the shots rang out. our coverage tonight begins with abc's david wright at l.a.x., where he's been since the start. >> go, go, go! >> reporter: moments before all this, paul ciancia arrived
covering the trial later in the program. elsewhere in the middle east, secretary of state john kerry traveled to saudi arabia, in a bid to mend frayed relations with a longtime ally. they've been strained by differences over syria, egypt and iran. kerry met with saudi foreign minister prince saud al-faisal after talks with king abdullah. he said saudi arabia is the region's linchpin. >> if we can get stability and ultimately hopefully peace in i place like syria, the possibilities are endless. the saudis are very, very important to all of these things. the saudis are really the sort of senior player, if you will, within the arab world together with egypt. egypt is in more of a transition. so saudi arabia's role is that much more important. >> that assad must step down that iran cannot be allowed to obtain a nuclear weapon. protestors in iran staged one of the largest anti-american rallies in years. it marks the anniversary of the 1979 takeover of the u.s. embassy in tehran. tens of thousands of demonstrators packed the streets in a show of opposition to president rouhani recent open
was ousted in july. secretary of state john kerry acknowledged today that u.s. surveillance overseas has crossed the line at times. the admission followed disclosures that the national security agency monitored german chancellor angela merkel's communications, and tracked phone calls and e-mails across europe. kerry addressed the issue, over video link, for a conference in london. >> in some cases i acknowledge to you, as has the president, some of these actions have reached too far and we are going to make sure that that does not happen in the future. >> woodruff: kerry said he and president obama learned of some of the surveillance after the fact. but he also said some of the information gleaned has saved lives. one third of all the texas clinics that perform abortions are now barred from doing so. a federal appeals court last night allowed new state restrictions to take effect, pending further appeals. the rules say clinic doctors must have admitting privileges at nearby hospitals, but many do not. texas is one of a number of states to approve broad new curbs on abortions in recent mo
as much as possible as the investigation continues. >>> john kerry is in saudi arabia at this hour and it's the second stop for the 10-day trip for him. and earlier today secretary kerry met with egyptian officials in cairo. that's the highest level american visit to egypt since the removal of mohamed morsi. since then, the u.s. has sent hundreds of millions in aid. >> the u.s./egypt relationship should not be defined by assistance, and there are much bigger issues that matter to us and concern us and define the relationship. >> conner powell now has more. >> reporter: secretary of state john cakerry arrived in cairo a described the turbulent times. and kerry insisted today that the united states is both a friend and partner to egypt. this was kerry's first trip to egypt since the military over through the democratic elected leader. morsi will stand trial beginning tomorrow. and the white house has cut a large part of the u.s. military and financial aid to egypt because of undemocratic reforms, and some of the secular groups that backed the military coup six months ago turned on the gover
>>> the country's top diplomat is on a foreign policy triage mission. secretary of state john kerry is busy mending fences with middle eastern allies unhappy with what president obama is doing and not doing. chief washington correspondent james rosen takes a look. >> reporter: it was the largest anti-american demonstration in iran in years. and it occurred 34 years to the day after iranian militants at the same location seized the u.s. embassy in tehran and took scores of americans hostage. to many in iran, the u.s. remains the great satan, even as the core complaints are updated. >> they wiretap their allies. how can they compromise with their archenemy. >> reporter: in secretary of state john kerry confronted the perception among america's arab allies that president obama is to eager to cut a deal with iran on its nuclear program. >> nothing that we are doing with respect to this negotiation will alter or upset or get in the way of the relationship between the united states and saudi arabia and the relationship in this region. >> reporter: saudi foreign minister denies iran's relationship
by remarks from secretary of state john kerry about free trade and later, a panel discussion with u.s. trade representative michael froman and the ceo of caterpillar and bmw north america. agriculture secretary tom vill sack is our guest this week on "newsmakers." it talks about the farm bill and ongoing negotiations. the house version of the bill calls for $40 billion in cuts to the food stamp program over the next decade and the senate $4 billionld cut by in the same timeframe. watch the full interview with agriculture secretary tom vill sack sunday at 10:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. here on c-span. >> john foster dulles had recently died when the super airport out in chantilly was being built and president eisenhower immediately announced it would be called dulles airport. when kennedy took over, he did not want to name it after a warrior andold finally the decision was made to name it after him. the film clip of kennedy opening the airport with eisenhower there, allen dulles, and he pulls back the curtain and behind it is this giant bust of john foster dulles and it stands in the middle of this
department. secretary of state john kerry will headline the event. president obama was there yesterday announcing a new government-wide effort to encourage foreign companies to open new factories and create jobs in the u.s. today's lineup includes remarks by penny pritzker, the discussion on free trade deals with the owes of bm -- ceos of bmw north america and caterpillar. this is live coverage on c-span2. [inaudible conversations] [inaudible conversations] [inaudible conversations] [inaudible conversations] [inaudible conversations] [inaudible conversations] [inaudible conversations] [inaudible conversations] [inaudible conversations] >> again, we are live this morning with coverage of a a conference, a commerce department business and investment conference with remarks from secretary of state john kerry. we'll hear first from commerce secretary penny pritzker, there will also be a discussion on free trade deals with the ceos of bmw north america and caterpillar. by the way, we'll have highlights of this conference from over the last two days including the president's comments yesterd
because secretary kerry had already launched them. help me here, mark. >> yeah. you read the implication correctly. in this internal debate, which really hadn't been talked about up till now, there were certain topics and certain priorities that were relatively clear. quite clear. the civil war in syria, however inconclusive the administration policy has been, they recognize it's a high priority to try to get diplomacy to deal with chemical weapons issue. iran, election of rouhani, opportunity for them to pursue diplomacy in a way they hadn't been able to for the entire obama presidency. the middle east peace process, remember, they did try with secretary clinton. it was a major priority in the president's first year. it went nowhere. the president was frustrated and and to sort of give up on it certainly for the period of time leading up to the election. when secretary kerry came in, he really threw himself into it. in this internal review from what i've been told, the thinking was the secretary is committed to it, thrown himself into it, we need to make it a priority as much for that r
. "first ladies" on c- span.org/firstladies. secretary of state john kerry spoke earlier today at a weiss how some is on business investment. house summit on business investment. this is their defies minutes. -- 35 minutes. [applause] >> good morning. i hope everyone had a great first day. [cheers and applause] i went to start with a big thank you to the select usa team in all of the folks who have made this summit happen. let's give them a big round of applause. [applause] it was great to hear from president obama yesterday. he said when you bet on america, that that pays off. i could not agree more. that thennounced select usa program will be stepping up its game in a number of ways. attracting business investment will be a major priority for commerce and the state department, including our foreign commercial service officers and our ambassadors. senior government officials, including the president himself, would do more than directly advocate for investment deals. we will create a single point of contact to provide you with a coordinated federal support and cut the red tape. and we wil
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, everyone. secretary kerry, thank you very much for that excellent, excellent speech. and thank you for joining us on the second day of our summit. we had a great day yesterday with president obama, with speakers and panelists, and all of the networking and match making opportunities. today promises to be even better. so let's get started. i am pleased to announce the start of our first panel entitled "why select the usa? using the u.s. as an export platform." we have a great lineup, including my friend michael froman, governor from tennessee, ludwig vilic, the ceo of bmw north america, and the ceo of caterpillar. i'm going to let the moderator go into a little bit more detail on each of our panelists. so let me introduce who will moderate today's panel. neil irwin is a columnist and economics editor of a widely read blog in "the post." you can get the post's news on policy and analysis. neil is an author who led the post coverage of the financial crisis. ladies and gentlemen, please give a warm welcome to our moderator neil irwin. [applause] >> thanks so much. i will do the quick i
on the muslim brotherhood. 14 more brotherhood leaders are also going on trial today. john kerry visited on sunday and urged the military government to work toward restoring democracy and egypt is planning to hold a national referendum on an amended constitution. presidential and parliamentary elections are planned next year. >> obviously part of the roadmap and part of the process of strengthening egypt's linkages to the rest of the world will be measured in the way in which the people of egypt are sustained in their ability to have the right to assemble, the right to express themselves, but even as they do that we also agree no one should be allowed to practice violence with impunity. >> reporter: right now more than 20,000 police and soldiers are deployed across cairo to prevent violence and al jazeera dominick cain has more on the trial. >> reporter: these are the first pictures of mohamed morsi to emerge since he was deposed as president in july. >> translator: leaked by an egyptian newspaper they show him during a meeting with foreign dignitaries later that month and he said he
, mock debates, he and john kerry playing mitt romney. first session on saturday went okay. sunday night was a horrible experience. the president was like he was in the denver debate, lethargic, professorial, didn't seem like he was fighting for the job. at times peevish, nasty to governor kerry sitting in for mitt romney. they were panicked. that prep ended and you had a scene which we write about in double down, plouffe, axelrod, debate advisers staying up to well past midnight saying what do we do, what do we do? how can we turn this around? we can't do down this path. they did what they called an intervention with the president. four aides and the president alone meeting to try to find how to turn things around. in short in the scene the president said, as you said, i'm not sure i can do this. they did a couple of things, how he needed to change his state of mind about it. they gave him one-liners, debate on a page to try to just come up with anticipating the questions, coming up with one-liners to use in the debate, and the president resolved he was going to do it. they also gave hi
, remarks from secretary of state john kerry from last week. >> ladies and gentlemen, please welcome the center for american progress' president, neera tanden. >> thank you. thank you very much. [applause] we've had a great afternoon. it is my great, great honor to introduce secretary kerry, who i have to say just came from the plane, literally just drove over from the plane because he's been in europe. obviously, handling the country's greatest national security challenges. and he has done an amazing job in the nine months he's been in office. so we are thrilled to have him. he has to -- he's rushing off after here to go to a meeting at the white house, so we are really thrilled that he was able to be here with us. he has been working with the center for american progress on a whole host of issues from our founding from china, don't ask don't tell, climate and energy, so we're thrilled to have him, and it's my great honor to introduce secretary kerry. [applause] >> neera, thank you very, very much. thank you all. it's wonderful for me to be here. neera and i come from the same part
in 1910. secretary of state john kerry said that government shutdown dysfunction watching jen has hurt america's standing in the world paid his remarks came during the center for american progress tenth anniversary conference. it's 20 minutes. [inaudible conversations] >> the ladies and gentlemen please welcome the center for american progress president neera tanden. [applause] >> thank you very much. we have had a great afternoon. it is my great honor to introduce secretary kerry who i have to say just came from the plane literally just drove over from the plane because he has been in europe. obviously handling the countries greatest national security challenges. he has done an amazing and the whirlwind nine months he has been in office so we are thrilled to have him. he is rushing off after here to go to a meeting at the white house so we are really thrilled he was able to be here with us. he has been working at the center for american progress from a hole set of issues. we are thrilled to have him as my great honor to him -- welcome secretary kerry. [applause] >> thank you. neera th
were really just the essential words of secretary kerry's recent justification for wanting to attack bashir al-assad's regime in syria. however, i changed the quote a little bit, mr. speaker. whenever he said syria, i inserted iran. and whenever he said chemical weapons, i inserted nuclear weapons, mr. speaker. and if this line -- reasons of the administration chooses -- reasoning of the administration chooses, if they choose to stand behind this, then we simply cannot refute the parallel argument represented to a nukeler iran which poses an exponentially greater threat in terms of our security to the united states of america. secretary kerry asserted that mr. obama, quote, means what he says. but, mr. speaker, if the world truly believed that this president means what he says, the chemical weapons crisis in syria would never have occurred place. irst secretary kerry said of the syrian crisis that north korea and iran were closely watching our actions. however, mr. speaker, the converse is actually far more accurate. syria has been closely watching mr. obama's inaction toward north k
of this committee, and, secondly, if you remember, i think everybody remembers secretary kerry came in on september 3 asking for the authorization for the use of military force, which was passed out of this committee at his request and at the president's. at that time, the secretary said there was a strategy relative to syria. it was a strategy similar to what was laid out in this committee. obviously, things have changed pretty dramatically on the ground since that time. and with the issue of the chemical weapons, basically, as far as i can see, there is no real strategy relative to the opposition. i know we are still formalizing that there is a strategy. i look forward especially to ambassador ford's testimony regarding the opposition. let's face it, guys -- what really happened when the russian offer came forth was it was less about seizing an opportunity, and it was more about our country not having the stomach to follow through on a strategy over the longer term relative to syria. look, i very much hope that we are successful and think we will be relative to chemical weapons. but in the proces
. that's if she decides to run. in world news, secretary of state john kerry is in egypt today saying that suspending u.s. aid to the country is " not a punishment. " at a news conference in carol, kerrey of knowledge each it is--cairo, kerry acknowledged to egypt is facing difficult challenges and turbulent years. he's urging the digits to continue their march to democracy. but kerry held out the prospect that a vote could result in egypt. the u.s. withheld more than $1 billion in assistance to the country after the military toppled the government. >>darya: in china, the top military general and the volatile region of xinjiang has been replaced. the move appears to be linked to a terrorist threat in beijing. the attack happened october 28th when a man driving and as to be plowed through crowds before crashing in front of tiananmen updates. killing himself his wife and mother and two stores. no one has claimed responsibility for the attack but beijing landed on extremists seeking independence. >>anny: tropical storm sonya has now been downgraded to tropical depression that is hits-as
to creates a political solution or to contain the civil war are a success? no. >> secretary kerry travels there next week. is h going to try. >> speaking of that what is he saying to our allies about nsa spying? >> well secretary kerry spoke to london audience yesterday via teleconference and said listen surveillance has gone too far and blamed tech knoll igy for being on auto pilot. he said hello and the senator discovered the spying after the attack. kerry, of course, is going to have some difficult conversations when he headed to europe in the next few days. >> mar yet ink name you. the faa is finally relaxing the news for electronic devices. they must be in airplane mode or connected to the plane's wi-fi. cbs news' travel editor peter greenburg? in abu dhabi. good morning. >> good morning. for the last couple of years it's been very clear not if they'll relax the rules but when. they'll soon have a gate-to-gate experience using their electronic device meaning they can use them on the ground as long as they're in airplane mode. the real problem here of course, is
. >> secretary kerry travels there next week. is h going to try. >> speaking of that, what is he saying to our allies about nsa spying? >> well, secretary kerry spoke to london audience yesterday via teleconference and said, listen, surveillance has gone too far and blamed tech knoll igy for being on auto pilot. he said hello and the senator discovered the spying after the attack. kerry, of course, is going to have some difficult conversations when he headed to europe in the next few days. >> mar yet ink name you. the faa is finally relaxing the news for electronic devices. they must be in airplane mode or connected to the plane's wi-fi. cbs news' travel editor peter greenburg? in abu dhabi. good morning. >> good morning. for the last couple of years it's been very clear not if they'll relax the rules but when. they'll soon have a gate-to-gate experience using their electronic device meaning they can use them on the ground as long as they're in airplane mode. the real problem here, of course, is when is it going to happen. they have to apply to the faa say that they're capable of doing this. a
on the controversy over not having women of color on its cast. we told you this weekend. well, this weekend, kerry walk was asked to do a whole lot. >> i believe in a few minutes oprah will be here. >> thank you, plos baum. >> the producers would like to apologize to kerry washington for the number of plaque women she had for the play. thank you to miss washington. an actress of considerable range and talent and also because snl does not currently have a black woman in the cast. >> i'm here! >> later, al sharpton came on and made a comment on the show, currently they do not have any black members, nine women including washington has been asked to host. now the question, will they rectify the problem? kerry walk, funny, funny in her own right, funny. >> or they keep doing it their way and who they think are the smartest on funniest people and take the heat as it comes. she was funny. i might watch it again. >>> coming up on "new day," you can't bully a 6 foot 5, 320 pound man? yes, you can. he says it forced him to leave the team. another player has been suspended. so now a debate. is this about bu
. >> you arrived in washington and met with secretary kerry and susan rice at the white house. what are they telling you about how they see popes -- hopes for progress and iran, and the iaea and how they feel you are doing? >> i have met with secretary kerry, and susan rice. we have discussed the iranian nuclear issues, certification, with support to the peaceful activity, a wide range of issues. i sense a strong support of the activities of the iaea. the diplomatic purpose is not to talk about the ongoing discussions. >> did they give you any idea about the upcoming talks in geneva? >> not much in -- i take into account a discussion that just took place in vienna. p5+1 is preparing for the next meeting. i don't have much to report unto you on this issue. >> two quick questions. the first is on syria. have the site been affected by the civil war? is there a place you can go to do proper verification? >> in syria, we have a so-called reactor that has some small amount of enriched uranium that is under iaea safeguards. we visit that facility regularly. that facility is staying in peac
for about an hour. [applause] >> good morning everyone. secretary kerry thank you very much for that excellent excellent speech. thank you for joining us on the second day of our summit. we had a great day yesterday with president obama, with speakers and panelists and all the networking and matchmaking opportunities that were not. today, promises to be even better. let's get started. i am very pleased to announce the start of our first panel entitled, "why select the usa -- using the usa as the next core platform. >> we have a great lineup including my friend u.s. trade representative kirk a froman. house form of tennessee, lewd week village, the ceo of bmw north america and dug over helmand, the ceo of caterpillar. i'm going to let the moderator go into a little more detail about each of our panelists. let me introduce who will moderate today's panel. erwin is a washington columnist and the economics editor of a widely read blog in the post. gethe walk block, you can the post news on policy and analysis. an author who is cover the federal reserve and led the post coverage
unprecedented coordination between congress department led by penny pritzker, state department by john kerry, working together with valerie, myself and others in the white house economic team. what this will mean is that in 32 32, to start, and the nations to start, for the first time ever there will be an organized team led by ambassadors like ambassador lott, who work together with one departmentir state and commerce department officials. they will have one of their core the first time encouraging and facilitating foreign direct investment in the united states. they will have one channel they will go to to that kind of headquarters to -- so that when you're making a decision here, you will have one-stop shopping. you have one place you can go to to look at visa issues, regulatory issues, state and local, federal issues, and when it is helpful to talk to someone even theite house or president or vice president themselves, we will have a process for doing that. that is the major policy announcement that we are announcing today. 20 to 30 years from now you'll see this organization in place an
. secretary kerry heads there next week and will try to reassure them that the u.s. is trying to stop the killing and is pushing for peace talks to begin this month. >> speaking of the secretary of state, what is he saying to allies about vying? >> secretary kerry spoke to a london audience and said surveillance has gone too far. he blames technology for being on what he calls auto pilot. he said he and the president learned about surveillance after the fact, but he defended the program saying that the surveillance prevented terror attacks. kerry in the next few days will have difficult conversations because he is headed to europe. >> thank you. airline passengers are celebrating this morning after years of debate. the faa is finally relaxing the rules for using electronic devices. flyers will use smart phones tablets and ereaders. they must be in airplane mode or connected to the plane's wi-fi. the travel editor is in abu dhabi this morning. good morning. >> good morning, charlie. here's what happens. probably the worst kept secret because the last months has been
, if you remember, i think everybody remembers secretary kerry came in on september 3 asking for the authorization for the use of military force, which was passed out of this committee at his request and at the president's. at that time, the secretary said there was a strategy relative to syria. it was a strategy similar to what was laid out in this committee. obviously, things have changed pretty dramatically on the ground since that time. and with the issue of the chemical weapons, basically, as far as i can see, there is no real strategy relative to the opposition. i know we are still formalizing that there is a strategy. i look forward especially to ambassador ford's testimony egarding the opposition. let's face it, guys -- what really happened when the russian offer came forth was it was less about seizing an opportunity, and it was more about our country not having the stomach to follow through on a strategy over the longer term relative to syria. look, i very much hope that we are successful and think we will be relative to chemical weapons. but in the process, we have
in washington. you met with secretary kerry and you met with susan rice at the white house. what are they telling you about how they see hopes for progress in iran? and what did they tell you about the iaea and how they feel you are doing? >> we have, i have met with them, secretary kerry, susan rice as most others, and we discussed iran nuclear issue. certification, or with some other support to the peaceful activity, peaceful application of nuclear power, wide range of issues. i sensed strong support of the activities of the iaea. but it's a diplomatic purpose is not to talk about the ongoing discussions. [laughter] >> did they give you any idea about the upcoming talks in geneva? >> upcoming talks in geneva. not much in -- i take into account a discussion that just took place indiana, and p5+1 is preparing for the next meeting. -- in geneva. but i don't have much to report to you on this issue. >> just two quick questions and then i'll turn it over to the audience. the first is on syria. out those sites been affected by the civil war? is there still a place you can go to do pr
a knockout punch in the foreseeable future. and our strategy is based on that assessment. secretary kerry, therefore, it working extensively with russia, with other concerned members of the international community, including countries like us that strongly support the syrian opposition, and he is working the united nations to promote a political solution. last week, on october 22 in london, 11 countries that strongly support the syrian opposition can together and we al reaffirms our support for negotiated settlement based on the full implementation -- and i want to underline that -- the full implementation of the june 2012 geneva communiquÉ. this full implementation of the geneva to medicaid is also what we have agreed upon during the summer with the united nations and the russian government. 11 the russians, the london countries, and the united nations all agreed that a geneva he's conference should result in transition thed governing body established by mutual agreement between the syrian regime and the opposition . this is a political solution which most syrians and those countries su
kerry and susan rice at the white house. what are they telling you about how they see popes -- hopes for progress and iran, and the iaea and how they feel you are doing? i have met with secretary kerry, and susan rice. we have discussed the iranian certification, with support to the peaceful range of a wide issues. i sense a strong support of the activities of the iaea. purpose is not to talk about the ongoing discussions. any ideaey give you about the upcoming talks in geneva? not much in -- i take into account a discussion that just took place in vienna. 5+1 is preparing for the next meeting. i don't have much to report unto you on this issue. >> two quick questions. the first is on syria. have the site been affected by the civil war? is there a place you can go to do proper verification? syria, we have a so-called reactor that has saw -- some small amount of enriched uranium that is under iaea safeguards. safeguard.hat facility we have visited the facility regularly. ofdon't have any indication things getting worse. >> and at the other three sites? are -- one isites the syrian nuc
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